TheHotlist was launched to improve the way friends socially coordinate. The site's main feature set is designed to keep friends in the loop, find what's popular and view the social scene at any venue. The site provides detailed analytics (guy-to-girl ratio, age groups, university affiliations) and photos of the crowd expected to attend any venue. The site is community driven, and caters exclusively to college students and alumni.
Koofers provides an interactive community that serves the academic needs of college students through information sharing. Students benefit from collaboration with their peers and the experiences of former students. Many helpful services span the entire academic calendar from course selection through final exams, and include collaborative note taking, course &amp; instructor ratings/grade distributions, and an online library for sharing past exams &amp; study materials.
Unigo is a new platform for college students to share reviews, photos, videos, documents, and more with students on their campus and across the country. ItΓÇÖs also a good place for high school students to find out what life is really like at AmericaΓÇÖs colleges, and to make friends to help them find the school thatΓÇÖs right for them.
WiZiQ is a free online collaboration platform for teachers and students: - Build teacher and member profiles, network and interact - Collaborate for synchronous teaching and learning through the virtul Classroom - Upload and share tutorials - Use the Virtual Classroom with external LMS like Modle - Access recorded sessions for asynchronous learning
Find old friends and stay in touch. Make new friends and academic connections, or perhaps even meet the love of your life. Create your own discussion groups and decide who can participate and who sees what, whether it be for common hobbies, a club, or your study group. Send your friends messages and stay up-to-date with the weekly newsletter. Share your personal interests, hobbies, and academic goals, and meet people with similar interests.
NoteMesh is a free service that allows college students in the same classes to share notes with each other. It works by creating a wiki for individual classes that users can edit. Users are free to post their own lecture notes or contribute to existing lecture notes. The idea is that users in the same class can collaboratively create a definitive source for lecture notes.